Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Gabriel Landeskog suspension

The NHL proves frustratingly inconsistent with Gabriel Landeskog suspension

The NHL handed Gabriel Landeskog a two-game suspension, but did he deserve it?

Avalanche rookie Tyson Jost notches first career goal in loss to the Wild

Just one week after the Avalanche decided to give him a shot, Tyson Jost is already making waves in a Colorado uniform after scoring in Thursday's game.

Comeau passes up shot on breakaway, as Avs’ season continues to snowball

With a record of 17-43-3, the Avalanche remain on pace for the lowest point total of the modern shootout era, which began with the 2005-06 season.

Three Truths: Varly being Varly won’t be enough

Preseason play ended over the weekend for the Colorado Avalanche, amid offensive struggles were solid individual performances. The regular season starts Thursday night with questions still lingering

Colorado Avalanche ink blueliner Andrei Mironov to entry-level deal

It has looked to be coming for some time. Now it is official. Defenseman Andrei Mironov will be taking his talents to North America next season.

Landeskog leads the way, as the Avalanche climb back to .500

In the midst of a two-game Central Division losing streak, one that had seen their offense dry up completely, the Colorado Avalanche needed a solid effort to right the ship. On Saturday afternoon, they got just that.

Iginla powers Avs to season-ending victory

Colorado Avalanche concluded their disappointing season in exciting fashion on Saturday night. Jarome Iginla scored twice on the power play

The Avalanche face an uphill battle to make the playoffs

Ryan Murphy from milehighhockey.com joined Gil Whiteley to discuss what to expect from the Colorado Avalanche this season

O’Reilly contract will be resolved sooner than later

Colorado Avalanche and forward O’Reilly are currently in negotiations for a new contract with O’Reilly an UFA after the 2015-16 season.

Semyon Varlamov’s latest injury could be a blessing in disguise for the Avalanche

Whether it is for a game or a month, now marks the perfect time for Pickard to prove that he can be a legitimate No. 1 in the NHL.